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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Wills Point

 
Brick Streets of Wills Point Marker Area image, Touch for more information
By Larry D. Moore, June 17, 2018
Brick Streets of Wills Point Marker Area
GEOGRAPHIC SORT
1Texas (Van Zandt County), Wills Point — 17627 — Brick Streets of Wills Point
In the early 1920s, an atmosphere of gratefulness for the end of World War I was prevalent throughout the country. In Wills Point, a sense of optimism and interest in urban development led to the formation of a chamber of commerce on December 5, . . . — Map (db m119621) HM
2Texas (Van Zandt County), Wills Point — 11406 — First Baptist Churchof Wills Point
The First Baptist Church of Wills Point was founded in 1873, with Dr. J. L. Matthews, a doctor of medicine, serving as the first pastor. In 1876 the 30-member congregation erected a building, which is said to have been destroyed in a tornado the . . . — Map (db m119610) HM
3Texas (Van Zandt County), Wills Point — 16756 — Rose Fountain
German brothers B. W. and Isaac Edward “Ike” Rose came to nearby Cedar Grove in 1873 and the same year moved to Wills Point, where they opened Rose Dry Goods Store. In 1884, Ike moved to Dallas and was a successful entrepreneur. B. W. . . . — Map (db m119620) HM
 
 
  
  
 
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